## What is/are Asymmetry Parameters?

Asymmetry Parameters - The chromatographic efficiency was evaluated using peak resolution and asymmetry parameters.^{[1]}Cross sections and asymmetry parameters for the valence orbitals are reported for photon energies from near the threshold to 60 eV.

^{[2]}The assessment on the NewWave models reveals that they fail to predict the reduction of the crest width with increasing current incident angle and significantly underestimate the asymmetry parameters for large steepness waves.

^{[3]}We develop and implement a Gaussian approach to calculate partial cross-sections and asymmetry parameters for molecular photoionization.

^{[4]}The procedure is based on a trajectory surface-hopping description of the excited-state dynamics and a combined Dyson orbital and multicenter B-spline approach for the computation of cross sections and asymmetry parameters.

^{[5]}Absolute total cross sections and asymmetry parameters for the photodetachment of the ${}^{4}{S}^{o}$ ground state of ${\mathrm{C}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ are reported for photon energies ranging from threshold to 6 eV.

^{[6]}A quite different behavior is obtained for the asymmetry parameters.

^{[7]}We use it to calculate two-, three-, and four-photon ionization cross sections of hydrogen and helium atoms for a wide range of photon energies and to determine the asymmetry parameters of photoelectron angular distributions for two-, three-, and four-photon ionization of the helium atom.

^{[8]}We validate our scheme by computing partial cross sections, branching ratios, asymmetry parameters, and molecular frame photoelectron angular distributions of simple molecules.

^{[9]}The asymmetry parameters $\alpha(\Xi^0_c\to \Lambda\bar K^{*0})$ and $\alpha(\Xi^0_c\to \Sigma^+K^{*-})$ are $0.

^{[10]}Using the projected linear size, (D) as an orientation parameter, the armlength ratio, (Q) and the lobe-luminosity ratio, (R) as asymmetry parameters, we test the FR-II galaxies (Gs) and radio-loud quasar (Qs) unification scheme.

^{[11]}The fundamental difference between the dependences of the average velocity of the Brownian motors of these two types on the asymmetry parameters is revealed.

^{[12]}Thus, we show analytically that all the observables (cross sections, asymmetry parameters) are split into a helicity dependent and independent part and study a practical example of a complex resin particle with inner copper-coated stainless steel helices.

^{[13]}The results of quadrupole frequency and asymmetry parameters at room temperature are found to be: ω Q = 14(1) Mrad/s, η = 0 (33%), ω Q = 40.

^{[14]}The kinetic energy dependence of the photoionization parameters, such as the photoionization cross section and asymmetry parameters, has been calculated for each of the photoionization channels and the complex interplay of multiple partial waves that define the wave function of the ejected electron at different photon energies has been analyzed to explain the resonance structures observed in the experimental cross section profiles.

^{[15]}The asymmetry parameters (ɳ) vary between 0.

^{[16]}Quadrupole frequencies and asymmetry parameters of 25Mg and 51V NMR spectra have been determined.

^{[17]}Density functional theory (DFT) was used to analyze the structure and Nuclear quadrupole coupling constants (NQCC), χ, and asymmetry parameters, η, of 14N nuclei have been calculated for the antimicrobialampicillin in monomeric and their dimers using B3LYP/6-311G(d) method on the differences between the structural parameters in monomeric and their dimers states in the gas phase.

^{[18]}The new method evaluates the cost of splitting a phylogenetic tree at a given node as the integral, over all pairs of asymmetry parameters, of the most parsimonious costs that can be achieved by using the first parameter on the subtree pending from this node and the second parameter elsewhere.

^{[19]}RESULTS None of the asymmetry parameters were significantly different between those who carried a backpack and those who pulled a trolley.

^{[20]}The quadrupole coupling constants and asymmetry parameters of the 17O of each water were determined to be between 6.

^{[21]}The asymmetry parameters of both HPs and HP-Au increase rapidly with increasing wavelength in the spectral range from 400 to 600 nm, but for wavelength larger than 600 nm their asymmetry parameters are round 0.

^{[22]}It is found that the asymmetry parameters of electrons are very sensitive to the chiral structure of the CLFV interaction and the contact/photonic interaction.

^{[23]}Dry aerosol number, surface area, and volume, and optical scattering and asymmetry parameters at several wavelengths from the near-UV to the near-IR ranges were calculated from the measured dry size distributions (2.

^{[24]}TXT (atomic subshells, subshell photoionization cross sections, electron binding energies, and asymmetry parameters).

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## Decay Asymmetry Parameters

Using the decay asymmetry parameters from the J/ψ data as input, the obtained values of R and ΔΦ are R = 0.^{[1]}Measurements on the weak decay asymmetry parameters of charmed baryon, say $\Xi_c$, provide more information on the $W$-emission and $W$-exchange mechanisms controlled by the strong and weak interactions.

^{[2]}Using the decay asymmetry parameters from analysis ($i$) as input, the obtained values are $R = 0.

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## Facial Asymmetry Parameters

The results showed that all facial asymmetry parameters had a higher frequency in SOP patients compared to orthotropic individuals.^{[1]}The results showed a high frequency of facial asymmetry parameters of the opposite side of head turn in unilateral DRS patients.

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## Controllable Asymmetry Parameters

Here, we report spontaneous breaking of a mirror symmetry in an optical experiment with two controllable asymmetry parameters.^{[1]}Here, we report spontaneous breaking of a mirror symmetry in an optical experiment with two controllable asymmetry parameters.

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## Scattering Asymmetry Parameters

As such, the present work introduces generalized expressions for the scattering asymmetry parameters for a dielectric cylinder in arbitrary-shaped light-sheets, both along and perpendicular to the direction of the incident radiation.^{[1]}Quantitative quadratic physical observables pertaining to the longitudinal and transverse scattering asymmetry parameters are described in the context of the acoustic scattering theory, and their generalized mathematical expressions are derived for a cylinder material submerged in a non-viscous fluid and located arbitrarily in the field of an acoustical sheet of arbitrary shape (or beam in 2D).

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